English version

nursery in Babies topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnurserynur‧se‧ry /ˈnɜːsəri $ ˈnɜːr-/ ●●○ noun (plural nurseries) [countable]  1 SEPa place where young children are taken care of during the day while their parents are at work2 DLGTAa place where plants and trees are grown and sold3 nursery education/unit/teacher etc4 a room in a hospital where babies that have just been born are looked after5 old-fashionedDHB a baby’s bedroom or a room in a house where young children play
Examples from the Corpus
nurseryIt was a room that might, in time, become-a nursery.They need constant attention, constant vigilance, like a nursery of children.In the nursery she could do what she wanted when she wanted.This keeps him happy until it is time to go to the nursery by which time she has cleared up the mess.There was the nursery, the school-room, and the drawing-room: there were three lots.Such families would therefore have no legitimate claim to nursery provisions and other facilities.